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Digital TV coupon program hampered from the start By Leslie Cauley, USA TODAY "Do you really think this will work?" The question, posed by consumer advocate DeAnne Cuellar, was directed at Tony Wilhelm of the Commerce Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration. It was February 2008, and Wilhelm, head of consumer education, had just explained the digital TV coupon program to a group of consumer advocates that included Cuellar. The program, core to the government's plan to turn the USA into an all-digital TV market, offers $40 coupons — two per household — toward converter boxes that turn digital signals into analog.
My Daughter's Fabulous Book, an Ethical Yarn - City Room Blog Robert Grandt, a school librarian, was fined $500 by the city’s Conflicts of Interest Board for promoting his daughter’s graphic novel.
JUMEAUVILLE, France -- When the municipal day-care center ran out of space because of a local baby boom, the town government gave Maylis Staub and her husband $200 a month to defray the cost of a "maternal assistant" to care for their two children. As Europe Grows Grayer, France Devises a Baby Boom - washingtonpost.com
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